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Computer classes
Register online or call (973) 285-6969

Everyone is welcome to take any one class twice. Third time registrants will be waitlisted, to allow others an opportunity to enroll.
For email instruction: call for one-on-one, 30 minute lesson, (973) 285-6969

April
Excel 1 & 2, Tues, Apr 22 & 29, 2PM
LinkedIn, Friday, Apr 25, 2PM

May
Digital Photography, May 22, Thurs., 2PM--ready for vacation?
Excel 1 & 2, May 20 & 27, Tues., 2PM
PC Basics 1 & 2, May 15 & 22, Thurs., 10AM
PowerPoint 1 & 2, May 7 & 14, Wed., 10AM
Zinio, digital magazines, May 13, Tues., 2PM

June
Registration begins May 1st
Excel 1 & 2, Tues., June 17 & 24,2PM
Genealogy, Wed., June 18, 2PM
PowerPoint 1 & 2, Fri., June 6 & 13, 10AM
Publisher, Fri., June 20, 10AM
Word 1 & 2, Thurs., June 12 & 19, 10AM


We teach a program of 90-minute classes:

PC basics (parts 1-2)
Microsoft Works components: Word (parts 1-2), Excel (parts 1-2),
Publisher, PowerPoint
Social media (LinkedIn, Twitter)
Periodically we offer digital photography, genealogy, Ebay and
a keyboard/mouse lab.
ABOUT OUR CLASSES
Ancestry.com
Learn the features of this popular genealogy database. Special emphasis on Census records.
Back to School
Online subscription databases & reference help, K-College
Digital photography
Overview of camera features and settings and discussion of photo editing, storage and display of your work. This is an intro level class.
E-Bay basics
An overview of buying and selling on Ebay.
Excel 1
Learn how to create simple spreadsheets with MicroSoft Excel.
Excel 2
Spreadsheet & graphs. Requires Excel 1 or experience.
Facebook, etc
Social media: Facebook, BranchOut, Twitter and Foursquare
Genealogy
Genealogy: we'll talk about process, resources and databases (Ancestry, HeritageQuest and Jewish Data) and you'll have time to do some of your family research.
Google tips
Take an in-depth look at the newest features of Google, one of the most popular search engines on the Web.
PC Basics 1 (Please take these classes in order)
Learning computer terms, understanding the parts of the computer, the difference between hardware & software, and browser basics.
PC Basics 2
Using the "Start" button, working with Windows, creating icons & folders.name="powerpoint">
PowerPoint 1
Lean how to create a basic presentation from start to finish.
PowerPoint 2
Adding pictures, clip art and annotations to your presentations. If time permits, includes PowerPoint critique session.
Publisher
Basic software overview. Create an award certificate and sales flyer.
Typing & mouse practice
Self-paced open lab for people who want to practice. We provide tutorials & assistance.
Word 2010 Part 1
Learn how to type a simple letter in Word. We will cover beginning your document, adjusting fonts (typefaces, size, bolding), margins, printing, and saving, formatting, spell check, cut & paste, find & replace, font options, color, columns, & borders. We will also cover copy/paste text and pictures from the Internet.
Word 2010 Part 2
Lists (numbered, bullets), clip art, and review copy/paste text and pictures from the Internet. Formatting; find and replace; spelling and grammar using this practice document. Review and refresh everything we've learned in Word 1 and 2 PLUS cover e-mailing your documents as attachments.
Your library @home
Learn how to access our databases, e-mail reference services, and find out what's going on in the library from your home computer.


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Morris County Library (NJ)
17 April 2014
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